Joe McCulloch is here as usual this fine Tuesday morning, with a guide to the most interesting-sounding new comics releases of the week.
—News. The nominees for Canada's Joe Schuster Awards have been announced.
The CBLDF has a report explaining the recent protest by a 20-year-old California college student over the inclusion in a course of four graphic novels she and her family deem "pornography" and "garbage": Fun Home, Persepolis, and volumes of Y the Last Man and The Sandman.
Michael Cavna at the Washington Post shares some of the results of the #Draw4Atena campaign.
Sequential State reviews Josh Simmons's harrowing Black River.
Neil Cohn writes about a study that seems to show that the supposed universality of cartoon images is just that: supposed.
—Not Comics. Michael Lind wonders why no one under 40 cares about fine art—did capitalism kill it? I am posting this mostly to see if Dan likes it, is annoyed by it, both, or neither.